The latest Aston Martin CC100 is built to commemorate the British brand’s 100 years of existence in the excellence fashion. This 6.0 liter V12 car was made its world debut at the ADAC Zurich 24 Hours of Nürburgring race over the weekend and it’s completing a lap of the Nordschleife along with the 1,000km race-winning 1959 DBR1, with the British racing legend, Sir Stirling Moss, at the wheel.
It has been designed and also constructed in fewer than 6 months at the Aston Martin’s global headquarters in Gaydon. Moreover, the finished look of this two-seater CC100 is much a nod to the great Le Mans-winning car and also the Nürburgring-winning cars of 1959, with many modern engineering married to the homage.
The body and interior of this vehicle are made from carbonfiber, and also provided by the low volume specialist, Multimatic. This stunning CC100 is motorized by the newest generation AM11 naturally-aspirated V12 that has been paired to a 6-speed hydraulically actuated automated sequential manual transmission, and controlled through the steering column-mounted paddle shifts.
Furthermore, the performance figures of the stunning CC100 comprise a 0-100 km/hour time of only a little over 4 seconds with a top speed of 290 km/h.